Four Budapest constituencies held by-elections on Sunday, with three going to candidates of the ruling party and one to the opposition, the National Election Office (NVI) said late on Sunday.
In the 5th district of Budapest, Gergő Nagy of the ruling Fidesz-Christian Democrats (KDNP) garnered over 70 percent of the vote, winning the mandate over Benjámin Fábián, the candidate of the opposition Democratic Coalition (DK), Momentum, LMP and the Socialists, who won 27 percent.
In the 7th district, András Ripka of Fidesz-KDNP won with 45 percent of the vote over Kenim Martin Jenei of the DK, Jobbik, Socialists, LMP and Párbeszed (28 percent).
The 8th district gave the mandate to Fidesz-KDNP’s Judit Gondos (63 percent), with László Pityo as runner-up (35 percent), who was supported by the opposition DK, Jobbik, Momentum, the Socialists and LMP.
László Vasvári, the candidate of the DM, LMP, Momentum, Jobbik, Socialist and Párbeszéd parties, won in the 4th district with over 47 percent of the vote, with Fidesz-KDNP’s Fruzsina Drabant garnering 40 percent.
As we wrote earlier, Fidesz to propose holding EP, municipal elections on same day, details HERE.